We have driven past the Grosvenor Arms several times and once called in for coffee. This time we decided to try dining in mid-afternoon. We sat outside in part sunshine, part cloudy weather. There were a few people braving the wind outside, but a lot inside, many dining.
We liked the general Brunning and Price décor inside the pub, and the varied areas outside, which must greatly increase the numbers of "covers". There are substantial tables in a paved area, with a covered section which would be useful in rain, and a large and pleasant garden with many picnic-style tables. We ate at one of the outside tables in the paved area; a very pleasant and relaxing environment.
Service was prompt and the staff very friendly. Tea was good, in a nice teapot, and a proper cafetiere of coffee. I had haddock and chips, very well cooked, and my partner vegetarian lasagne, which she said was excellent. A good range of puddings, and we shared the sticky toffee pudding.
This is posh rural Cheshire, in our perception, in a very pleasant estate village, which is worth walking around. Prices are quite high, but for good food and service.
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